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Divorce proceeding leads to civil contempt

When a divorce is amicable, everyone involved is much better off. However, when there are allegations of hiding assets, it's generally the person the assets are hidden from who suffers. In New York, the Court of Appeals has ruled that a man is in civil contempt after he reportedly hid the money from a property sale from his ex-wife.

What tasks must I do to prepare for divorce?

Preparing for your divorce may be the most important thing that you can do to make sure it goes through without any serious problems. You want to do as much in advance as you can so that you don't forget about anything crucial or run into unanticipated complications. A few key things to do include the following:

Some tips for successful co-parenting

For newly-divorced parents, the goal of successful co-parenting is one that many hope to attain. Unfortunately, the feelings caused by the divorce, especially one that wasn't too friendly, can make it difficult for either person to be a successful co-parent. Here are some tips that might make this very important task a bit easier.

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